Re: Weight Watchers
Originally Posted by coachkitten
I have never had a plantars wart before. Is it on your foot? That does sound terrible painful.
I do a lot of running but I also really like going for bike rides, doing the Biggest Loser DVD on Wii, and I also really love workout videos. I like step areobics, the Leslie Sansone walking DVDs (for those days I want to be active but not too active), & Jillian Michael's DVDs.
I have been really wanting to buy those Kettlebell weights but I am not sure what types of exercises to do with them.
I have about 55-ish more pounds that I want to lose before I reach my goal weight. It just amazes me how badly out of shape and overweight I let myself get. It is just years and years of not caring for myself. I still have so long to go but I feel really confident that I will get there. Plus I really want to go into my 30s being healthy and happy with my body inside and out.
Audrey how much are you looking to lose?
Hi Hannah! I miss you and I hope that all is well!
Katie, yes, a Plantar's Wart is on your foot. They are usually on the bottom of the foot, but mine is on the side of my heel, so everytime I walk, my heel rubs against the side of my shoe, and annoys it. I have been tip-toeing for a few days now to avoid putting pressure on my foot, and my calf is starting to hurt.
I can't wait til its gone!
My BFF has been raving about Gold's Gym Cardio Workout for Wii, but I can't seem to find it in stores anywhere. I think I am going to have to order it online. I have been wondering about those Kettlebell weights too. They are on sale at Target through tomorrow, and I think they come with a DVD. The smallest weight (7lbs.) is on sale for $19.99 I think and they go up in price from there. I am thinking about picking a set up.
I have about 35-40 pounds left that I want to loose. My goal is to be the weight that I was when I got married 9 years ago, as that was where I am most comfortable, and it's right in the middle of my recommended weight for my height. Since I had my boys, their needs always came first, and I didn't pay much attention to myself. My 30th birthday is in July, and like you, I am determined not to enter that decade of my life overweight and unhealthy. My boys are getting more active and involved in sports and outdoor activities, and I want to be right there, keeping up with them, not lagging behind gasping for air.
I have needed to lose weight for about 8 years (since I gained 60 pounds with my 1st pregnancy, and never lost most of it), and I have never really wanted it, and been determined enough until now.